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Using click bait headlines is of course quite common today, and of Thaivisa does of course want that many people click on the articles, but in some cases you are just overdoing it.


For example this current thread:

This headline is just plain wrong, there is no smoking ban.

What they actually did was to say that smoking at home is forbidden if it harms the health of other people, especially children.


So now there are 300 replies within one day, a lot of people complaining about the "smoking ban at home", which just doesn't exist.

Somebody who is alone at home can still smoke as much as he wants.


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